Face-to-Face Learning to Resume; ACT Vaccinates Students

In an effort to support face-to-face learning which will resume by August 30, ACT and Jakarta Provincial Government vaccinated students.

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ACT's medic vaccinates a student at MAN 7 Jakarta. (ACTNews)


ACTNews, JAKARTA – Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) and Jakarta Provincial Government continues to intensify mobile vaccinations for students as an effort to prepare them for the face-to-face learning that will resume by August 30.

One of the vaccination locations was at MAN 7 in Jagakarsa District, South Jakarta, Monday (8/23/2021).

ACT’s Humanity Medical Services Team carried out vaccinations for students and school staff members. The Jagakarsa District Community Health Center also helped with the screening and observation.

“Alhamdulillah, today's vaccination went smoothly while still adhering to health protocols. A total of 101 doses of Sinovac vaccine have been administered. We also prepared an ambulance just in case,” said Dr. Fajar Ridwannulloh of ACT’s Humanity Medical Services.

Dr. Fajar said the mobile vaccination for students was a form of preparation for face-to-face learning and an effort to build herd immunity in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic. []